He somewhat oddly signed a two-year deal with their minor league affiliate Manchester Monarchs after completing three years in the OHL with Oshawa Generals last season. He joined the team for 5 AHL regular season and all three playoff games to start his pro career.
At 6’3″ 208 lbs. he’s built like a true power forward and never shies away from getting right into the middle of the action.
He was never the biggest goal scorer in junior hockey, doing ok enough to contribute on the score sheet with decent frequency but with an average of over 100 penalty minutes he’ll definitely be keeping opponents honest out there.
At only 21-years old, he could easily find that scoring touch and add a whole other level to his game but the parent club likes their players with size, so he could easily fit right in as a fourth line energy guy and find a foothold in the NHL.